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Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts

  1. Jamin Dreyer, David Hoekman, Claudio Gratton. 2015. Positive indirect effect of aquatic insects on terrestrial prey is not offset by increased predator density. Ecological Entomology 41(1):61-71. 
  2. Xia, Ye, Seth DeBolt, Jamin Dreyer, Delia Scott, and Mark A. Williams. 2015. Characterization of culturable bacterial endophytes and their capacity to promote plant growth from plants grown using organic or conventional practices. Frontiers in Plant Science 6:490.
  3. Dreyer, Jamin, Phil A. Townsend, James C. Hook III, M. Jake Vander Zanden, David Hoekman, Claudio Gratton. 2015. Quantifying aquatic insect deposition from lake to land. Ecology 96(2):499-509.
  4. Hilary Bultman, David Hoekman, Jamin Dreyer, Claudio Gratton. 2014. Terrestrial deposition of aquatic insects increases plant quality for insect herbivores and herbivore density. Ecological Entomology 39(4):419-426.
  5. Dreyer, Jamin and Claudio Gratton. 2014. Habitat linkages in conservation biological control: lessons from the land-water interface. Biological Control 75(2014) 68-76.
  6. Dreyer, Jamin, David Hoekman ,Claudio Gratton. 2012. Lake-derived midges increase abundance of shoreline terrestrial arthropods. Oikos 121:2 252-258.
  7. Hoekman, David, Jamin Dreyer, Randall D Jackson, Philip A Townsend, Claudio Gratton. 2011. Lake to land subsidies: experimentally simulating aquatic insect deposition. Ecology 92:2063-2072.
  8. Dreyer, Jamin M. 2008. A redescription of Varacosa apothetica (Wallace) (Araneae, Lycosidae). Journal of Arachnology 36(3)487-490.
  9. Dreyer, Jamin M. & A.R. Brady.  2008.  Trochosa sepulchralis, a senior synonym of Trochosa acompa, and the restoration of Trochosa abdita (Gertsch)(Aranae, Lycosidae).  Journal of Arachnology 36(1)65-75.

Non-Peer Reviewed Literature

  1. Dreyer, Jamin. 2013. The effects of lake-derived midges on terrestrial ecosystems and arthropod communities (Doctoral Dissertation). University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  2. Hoekman, David, Jamin Dreyer, Randall D. Jackson, Philip A. Townsend, Claudio Gratton. 2012. “Midge Additions Increase Arthropod Densities” (Photo Gallery). Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 93:64-67.